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PostPosted: Mon Feb 20, 2012 4:27 pm 
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For the first time I've seen that today on my way back home from work. I had only my phone with me , as it happens when I see something really interesting, and stopped the car to take a few shots. For those that do not know about it, a quite nice explanation ishere
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that is cool, well spotted. Would love to see that one day.

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It's not hard to miss it actually. I almost did :-). If you have an opened horizon at dusk or dawn one can spot it easily. In an urban landscape one can miss it behind some building or vegetation.

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I think I remember seeing it once - an awesome sight to see in person.

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I really need to carry my camera more often. I love seeing these sun dogs but have yet to have my camera when it appears.


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